It looks like dtptools' MIF -> QXP filter does the back conversion as well:

" Quick and easy way to use FrameMaker MIF format in QuarkXPress - MIF 
Filter is currently the only way to exchange documents between QuarkXPress 
and Adobe Frame Maker.

With MIF Filter installed, QuarkXPress opens FrameMaker MIF documents the 
same way as QuarkXPress documents. MIF Filter also enables export from 
QuarkXPress to FrameMaker. All elements (large tables, page layout, graphic 
objects, styles colors, etc.) are maintained during conversion. "


>From: Peter Gold <peter at>
>To: Alan Litchfield <alan at>
>CC: framers at
>Subject: Re: QuarkXPress to FrameMaker
>Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 20:46:34 -0500
> makes some Quark conversion filters for 7.x and 6.x, though 
>nothing explicitly to FrameMaker. You might query them.
>Also, has a MIF->QXP filter; 
> You might query them about 
>anything that converts in the other direction they may be planning.
>Peter Gold
>KnowHow ProServices
>>>The filter for QuarkXPress import into FrameMaker was
>>>hacked from the equivalent InDesign filter and only
>>>supports QuarkXPress 3.x and 4.x files. Newer files
>>>(5, 6, and 7) cannot be opened in FrameMaker due to the
>>>fact that Quark encrypts their version 5, 6, and 7
>>>documents and any software that attempts to break that
>>>encryption without permission is breaking the DMCA
>>>(the Digital Millenium Copyright Act).
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